Good to capitalise on safety car restart — Ricciardo

Good to capitalise on safety car restart — Ricciardo

Hamilton complained that the safety car should go in, that the debris was cleared.

Any engine implemented before next weekend's race at Monza would still be allowed to use up to 1.2 litres per 100km.

Hamilton's time was 4.191 seconds faster than last year's pole position time set by then Mercedes AMG F1 teammate Nico Rosberg. "It's going to go right down to the wire".

"Exiting Turn 1 I was all over Lewis". "As long as I feel myself that I can win races and fight for championships then that's fine".

Mercedes' British driver Lewis Hamilton drives during the second practice session at the Spa-Francorchamps circuit in Spa on Saturday ahead of the Belgian Formula One Grand Prix. Hometown favorite, Red Bull's Max Verstappen, also experienced difficulty and his race ended on lap 8.

He also dismissed the idea that title rival Vettel might replace Bottas next year. "Records are meant to be beaten", said Brawn as he conveyed the best wishes of Schumacher's wife Corrina, who has been taking care of the former seven-time F1 champion since his life-altering skiing accident in 2013. "We were pushing them all the race". Had the quadruple champion won, he would have been 21 points clear.

I think Ferrari were ultimately quicker.

"To hear the message Ross just gave, I have to say a big thank you".

Nico Huelkenberg in a Renault, Romain Grosjean in a Haas, Felipe Massa in a Williams, Ocon and Carlos Sainz in a Toro Rosso completed the leading 10.

Duro sorteo de Champions para Real Madrid, Barcelona y Atlético
Por su parte, el Manchester City de Claudio Bravo jugará en el Grupo F con Shakhtar Donetsk, Napoli y Feyenoord. Grupo G: Mónaco (Francia), Porto (Portugal), Besiktas (Turquía) y Leipzig (Alemania).

"We didn't change too much compared to Silverstone".

"Then the safety car was so slow, that it was really difficult to keep the temperatures in the tyres". Hamilton took pole for Sunday's race at Spa, with Vettel starting from second place.

"It is a special day definitely", he said.

"I have zero interest to waste my time or the team's time to be a part of it, it's not the nicest place to just hang around". "He was able to get way too close".

Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia won at Virginia International Raceway for their third IMSA SportsCar Championship victory of the season.

"We know we need to improve in qualifying". It makes a difference.

The move ends speculation that the 30-year-old could be considering a move to Mercedes in the near future.

And he then compared the race with American oval track sports car racing, where organisers have been accused of throwing in safety car delays, to tighten up the racing. "We had good pace compared to Silverstone - I'm looking forward to our home race".